The Sunflower, v.41, no.36 (June 1, 1936)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.36, Wichita, Kansas, June 1, 1936. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Local unit again ranks as excellent -- City division graduates many -- Hillbrand speaks at alumni meet -- Lee and Milbourne to edit publications next year -- Beito's sun dial joins Minnesota CCC camps -- Cub Cops: Examination to be held in July, sometime -- Kappa Delta Pi honors Sertzer -- Social courses are extended -- Russell record named as best weekly paper -- New books are now in library -- Physics class classes use photo-cell -- Three cadets to have year in U.S. Army -- There was a time when R.O.T.C. unit was hard up for men, but now... -- Deans name honor list of students -- Seniors: Reservations must be made for banquet -- Sunflower is All-American for third time -- Baccalaureate address given -- Harger will give speech at graduation -- Dr. MacMahon accepts place at Carleton -- Army juniors leave soon -- Future students can be helped by giving of books in library -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Plan summer convocations -- Soderstrom head of military frat -- English courses to be changed -- Roosevelt runs ahead in poll -- Wishes / James E. Andrews -- Allman to work on C.S. monitor -- University Society: Juniors hold banquet May 30 at Allis Hotel; Alpha Gams entertain with dinner May 24; Art Club has Parisian party; Kappa Delta Pi honors Seniors at breakfast; Dr. Frederick C. Sauer given honorary office; Alpha Tau has Annual Founder's Day banquet; President's reception honors '36 graduates; Alumni to have dinner dance this evening; Roundabout; Wilkie honors Seniors at tea; Sorosis gives dinner honoring graduates; Alpha Gam party has birthday cake motif; Websters preside at their Heidelberg party; Manning will attend the Park College Reunion last of week -- Thomas wins Press Award -- Circuit grid teams finish in triple-tie -- Letter awards will be given -- Squad selects '37 new captains -- Golfers finish campaign with a lone defeat -- Taggart to leave for summer camp -- Tennis stars end brilliant court year -- Freshman has high in meet -- Shocker basketball team has big season -- Gridsters face tough schedule -- Phi Beta Kappa officer is here -- Women's sport glances / Iona Hall -- Women sports awards will be made in convo
Photograph(s): James Lee, a member of Webster's fraternity, has been chosen by the Board of Publications to act as editor-in-chief of The Sunflower for the first semester next year. With today’s paper he concludes his work as desk editor. p. 1 -- Max Milbourn , a member of Alpha Gamma Gamma fraternity, has been announced as editor in chief of the 1937 Parnassus yearbook of the University. p. 1 -- Goulder winner is selected: Edwin Thomas, a graduating of senior in the department of journalism and a member of Alpha Gamma Gamma fraternity, has been named recipient for the Gouldner Award for 1936. Mrs. Rene Gouldner, right, established the award in 1933. It is based upon efficiency, co-operation, scholastic record, and journalistic achievements. p. 1 -- [Loy] Wood. p. 2 -- New fraternity presidents: These University men will head three of the school’s four fraternities during the first semester of next year. They include, left to right, George Griffin, Webster; Walter Feldner, Alpha Gamma; and John Beebe, Pi Alpha Pi. Cramer Reed, new president of Phi Upslon Sigma, is not pictured. p. 2 -- Sorority presidents for next year: With gavel in hand, these five young women of the University of Wichita are shown taking over the reigns of the school’s five sororities. They were recently elected to serve as presidents of the respective organizations during the first semester of the next year. They include, upper left, Miss Helen Louise Williams, Alpha Tau Sigma; upper right, Miss Joyce Williams, Sorosis; lower left, Miss Alice Mae Geene, Epsilon Kappa Rho; lower right, Miss Lela Jean Chambers, Pi Kappa Psi; center, Miss Barbara Engle, Delta Omega. p. 3 -- [Gratia] Coomba. p. 3 -- Fraternity house mothers: Popular aming the fraternity men of the University campus this year have been the four fraternity house mothers. They are show together here at a recent tea. They include, left to right, Mrs. Leila Wilson, Phi Upsilon Sigma; Mrs. Gilha Long, Pi Alpha Pi; Mrs. J.W. Vanlman, Alpha Gamma Gamma; and Mrs. Myrtle Gottschalk, Phi Lambda Psi. p. 3 -- Track co-captain in field events: Gerhardt Elkermann, three year letterman in track, will be watchdog of the track squad’s destinies in 1937 in field events as one of the two co-captains selected this year. This is the first time such a policy has been adopted. Big "Ike: is from Fowler, Kans., and is a football letterman, as well as a basketball letterman. p. 4 -- Track events co-captain” Glen Nye, co-captain of the 1937 track team who will captain the track events. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.41 no.36
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